Composer Rob Oxenbridge is the brainchild behind Cruciform, an Australian band making fresh new sounds that fuse cool guitar and electronica. Imagine Joe Satriani and Marilyn Manson playing a jam with Vangelis. Rob is currently branching out, writing dramatic trailer music in the genre of industrial electornica, and we're delighted to have him on our site. Rob also excels in other styles and genres, including Rock, Dramatic, and Orchestral. Recently, Rob was nominated as a finalist in the "Film and TV" music category for the 2011 APRA Professional Development Awards.
The skies seem clear but a growing cloud on the horizon brings an ominous arrival. For scenes where the setting begins unsuspecting but menace grows and reveals itself. Psychotic breakdown, locust swarm, monsters appear, psychological thriller, character thought to be good revealed as evil, Instrumental, Horror, Horror Edgy
Ominous, dissonant vibe leads to quick buildup and harsh scraping percussive climax with the feel of a large structure moving under its own weight. Perfect for that terrifying moment when characters realise they've been discovered by something they wanted to avoid! Halloween, zombies, vampires, Instrumental, Horror, Horror Ambience
Muwahahahah! ! ! Step into the nursery. Baby has his favourite toy and he would love to play with you! ! ! ! Horror baby steps it up with a chainsaw to begin your nightmare. . . This terrifying tot will horrify in tv shows, commercials, websites, youtube vids, video games, iPhone apps and more. Instrumental, Horror, Haunted Children
Marching with the war drums the army advance from their caves, then pause and shout to eerie horns; driven to a frenzy by pounding drums they charge their target. Fantasy warfare, goblins hungry for action, soldiers beseiging a city: this track can be used for all kinds of action. Lord of the Rings, Instrumental, Horror, Horror Chase